Center for Social Concern
Center for Social Concern
The Center for Social Concern is an office within the Homewood Student Affairs division of Johns Hopkins that is dedicated to volunteerism and community engagement. The Center emphasizes the value of service with others. Volunteers and community members enter into an educational process where both benefit from the interaction, and reciprocal learning is the common ground for all of our initiatives. Our programs and efforts are striving to create a “better community” in and around the Johns Hopkins campus.
25th Anniversary Celebration
The Center for Social Concern is celebrating its 25th Anniversary! Read more about the CSC’s celebratory event during Alumni Weekend on April 21st.
To help us celebrate, we’d love for all JHU students to get involved and engage this year with our many wonderful community partners in our Baltimore Community! Read more below about how to get involved.
- If you are a new student to Hopkins, the CSC’s programs provide a perfect opportunity for you to learn about Baltimore and meet some new friends who have your same interests.
- If you are an upperclassman new to the CSC and looking for a new experience that will be fun and impactful, you’ve come to the right place.
- If you are already active at the CSC, help us spread the word and get students involved and working with you! Tell them about your experiences and which programs have impacted you the most.
- If you are a faculty member, consider teaching a Community-Based Learning course or joining the next Engaged Scholar Faculty and Community Fellows Program cohort.
Read more about our other programs or attend a Volunteering 101 workshop to learn more so you can get involved today!
Public Service & Social Concern Alumni Affinity Group
Attention students and alum! Want to stay connected to the CSC and community engaged alumni post-graduation? Graduating seniors and alumni can join the Public Service/Social Concern Alumni Affinity Group or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
News & Announcements
Student Groups of the Week
Every week, we feature a student group on the JHU Center for Social Concern Facebook page to highlight the great work our students are doing in the Baltimore community. Keep reading to learn about their commitment to community service along with our fabulous student group interns who make our programs a
HopServe50 Students 2017-2018
November is upon us, and HopServe50 is well under way! With 1041 registered to participate in the HopServe50 service challenge and 7677 hours logged so far, we’re excited to see how these students will impact the Baltimore community.
2017 President’s Day of Service Recap
Now in its 9th year, the President’s Day of Service was a huge success. On Saturday, September 23, over 1000 students and affiliates from Homewood and other Hopkins campuses such as the School of Education and Peabody Conservatory gathered at the kickoff at the Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center. After
2017 CIIP End of Year Overview
The Johns Hopkins University Community Impact Internship Program has made a huge impact in the Baltimore community throughout the past seven years, touching the lives of tens of thousands of men, women and children in need. The experience can be life-altering for those who participate as interns, and impactful for
2017 Pre-Orientation Recap
The HopkinsCORPS 2017 pre-orientation group of 40 incoming freshmen chose to volunteer in various neighborhoods in Baltimore in the week before classes started. From Friday, August 13 to Friday, August 25th, the HopkinsCORPS participants had a week packed with volunteering, learning about specific issues in Baltimore, and opportunities to get to know
Hurricane Relief Resources
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have devastated communities, including Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, and Puerto Rico, leaving paths of destruction in their wakes. The JHU Center for Social Concern has compiled a list of hurricane relief efforts as a resource for the Hopkins community. Additionally, the Corporation for National